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  1. Hi Carl, How many reports will each user have? Using our latest Jaspersoft Server 5.5 will generate a custom homepage for each user with a list of the 10 recently used reports. (Each user will have a unique list).
  2. Hi Justin, Our Neo4j connector is not supported by domains. In order to develop reports for your Neo4j database, you will need to use iReport. As Neo4j was developed as a pilot, the way to create the report is not standard. Here is how you can do so. 1. Download iReport http://community.jaspersoft.com/project/ireport-designer2. Create a report Create a new datasource and set JDBC DataSource field: org.neo4j.jdbc.DriverSet JDBC URL with the host and the default port: jdbc:neo4j://HOSTNAME:7474Leave username and password blank.Run iReport and add the Neo4j JDBC driver jar to the iReport classpath (tools -> options ->classpath).3. Deploy the report to JasperReports Server Configure the report datasource to the JRS data source you created.4. Run the report Search for the report or browse to the report in the JasperReports Server repository.
  3. Hi Bob, My name is Assaf Broitman and I'm the product strategy manager for our alliances team. I will be happy to discuss collaboration between us. Please reach out to me in email: abroitman@jaspersoft.com where we initiate the discussion. Thank you, Assaf
  4. Hi, I apologize for the issues you are experiencing. As I couldn't reproduce the problem with our hourly offering, Can you please share the following information about your setup so I can dig a little deepr? Which AWS product is this? (Hourly, BYOL or self deployment)What is the instance size?Which user is used to log into the server?Were any changes to the permissions / rules made on the server?Thank you, Assaf
  5. Jaspersoft Cassandra ConnectorThe Jaspersoft Cassandra Connector works with Jaspersoft Studio and JasperReports Server. This page supports v1.0 of the connector, for documentation of v0.5.1 go here. Target AudienceUsers who want to integrate Jaspersoft's JasperReports Server with Cassandra. This document assumes that the user already has familiarity with Cassandra and already has data in a Cassandra database. BackgroundJasperReports Server 5.5 and below does not ship with built-in connectors to Cassandra and therefore is considered a community release without technical support. The connector is released under the AGPL license. What's new in version 1.0?CQL3 supportAuthantication supportJaspersoft Studio supportUsing the Cassandra connectorObtain and unzip Cassandra Connector for JaspersoftDownload the latest v1.0 from the project /project/cassandra-connector/releases. The following files are included: WEB-INF/ | — bundles/ | | | | — CassandraDataSource.properties | ---- lib/ | |--- cassandra-all-1.2.9.jar | |--- cassandra-thrift-1.2.9.jar | |--- jasperserver-cassandra-connector-5.6-connectors-SNAPSHOT.jar | |--- js-cassandra-datasource-1.0.0-SNAPSHOT.jar | |--- guava-14.0.1.jar | |--- libthrift-0.9.0.jar | — applicationContext-CassandraDataSource.xml Configure JasperReports ServerUnzip and merge the content into your Jaspersoft Server and restart. (Minimal version 5.1)Log in to your server Create a new "Cassandra Data Source" jdbc:cassandra://YOU_CASSANDRA_SERVER_IP:9160/keyspace Report DevelopmentDownload the latest Jaspersoft Studio here (Minimum version required 5.5.1)File → New →Jasper ReportChoose any template and click "Launch Report Wizard".Set the report name and location.On the New Report Wizard, select the specific Data Adapter or create a new one for "Cassandra Data Source".Use the following connection string format: jdbc:cassandra:// your query and proceed as any report.Deploy your report to the server like any other report and set the data source as the new JasperReports Server data source you createdRun the reportSearch for the report or browse to the report in the JasperReports Server repository. Related LinksDownload JasperReports Server: Community Edition or Commercial Edition.Download the Jaspersoft Cassandra Connector.
  6. Manny, While I'm still waiting for a response on the row limit implementation. I did want to recommend one option that will resolve this issue. As you are describing the need for report generation, you can use our Jaspersoft Studio Pro (Included with your AWS hourly license) which will allow you to build pixel perfect reports with extensive charting capabilities and advanced filters. You will then publish these reports to the server and they can be scheduled and shared with your users. You can also use them as Topics which are canned queries loaded to memory in our ad-hoc desinger, only this time, they will be pre-filtered by your query. Let me know if you need help getting your Jaspersoft Studio copy or have any follow up quesitons. Thanks, Assaf
  7. Hi Manny, I'm part of our AWS team and I will follow up with our tehnical support to clarify this issue and see if we can work around the behavior you are experiencing. Thank you, Assaf
  8. Thanks Paul. Another important note. While Jaspersoft on AWS is the cheapest option for pay-as-you-go BI that is great for either development or production environments. For evaluation only, we do offer free ways to play with the software. Simply go here: https://www.jaspersoft.com/jaspersoft-business-intelligence-software-trial and you can find all the ways you can try out the software before committing on purchase, including our cloud AWS by the hour.
  9. There are two options: If this is for development, simply remove the authentication from your Hive database. Or if authentication is a requirement, please reach out to me at the email I provided above and I will give you the new beta connector. Thanks, Assaf
  10. Hi Shree, Thank you for reporting your issue. I'm happy to announce that our upcoming release of Jaspersoft Server will include authentication for the Hive datasource (among other exciting improvements). Please feel free to reach out to me directly if you are interested in getting access to the new beta Hive datasource at abroitman@jaspersoft.com Thank you, Assaf
  11. Hi, The best way to answer your question is this. If you have the above data, stored in any of the many relational databases or big data stores like MongoDB, Hadoop Hive or Amazon Redshift, we can connect to it and report against it. In this context, Amazon offers specific monitoring tools for their AWS echo system with their CloudWatch product. If what you are looking for is specifically monitoring your AWS servers, that will be the best tool to use. However, if you want to have a deeper analysis of historical trends of your servers and tie it to your application data, you can then pull the data from Amazon, store it, and use Jaspersoft to report against it. Thanks, Assaf
  12. Hi, Jaspersoft for AWS is a full featured Jaspersoft Server Professional Edition in the cloud starting at under $1 an hour. With it, you will get access to our reporting, dashboarding and data exploration tools. As we can connect to a wide range of databases including big data data stores such as Hive and MongoDB, you will be able to create reports and dashboards to track, explore and monitor your data. If you have a more specific question, please let me know. Thank you, Assaf
  13. Hey Paul, Just wanted to close this and make sure everyone has the answer. When connecting to JasperServer from iReport or Jaspersoft Studio, you do not need to specify a port. Simply use the full link to your Jasperserver login page. Thanks, Assaf
  14. Yes, this is most definitely possible. To do so, you will need to export / import our repository. You can find the documentation of how to do it in our Jasper Reports Server Admin guide available for download from our support portal. (support.jaspersoft.com) As an AWS customer, you get access to a free support package that includes access to the support portal and our premium documentation, if you signed up for support, you should have the credentials in the mail already. Thanks, Assaf
  15. Paul, As an AWS customer, you are entitled for a license to our Jaspersoft Studio Pro edition. When you registered for your free support package, you should have received an email with your credentials to our support portal (support.jaspersoft.com). You will be able to download JSS pro and get the license from there. Thanks, Assaf
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